Karin Gottshall is the author of the poetry collection Crocus (Fordham University Press, 2007) and two chapbooks: Flood Letters and Almanac for the Sleepless. Her poems and stories have appeared in FIELD, Harvard Review, CutBank, and elsewhere. She lives in Vermont and teaches at Middlebury College.
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